Church Custodial Management (part 3 of 10)

2014 12-December 27 (2135) Barcelona; Nave of the Sagrada Familia


  • Keep the custodians informed. After all, they are some of the most visible members of a church staff and can answer questions about meeting locations. Helping in this way will help the ministers and administrative assistants who would otherwise have to answer these questions.
  • Meet with the custodial staff at least every other week to go over the upcoming calendar regarding out-of-the-ordinary events.
  • Use the meeting time to set high expectations for all areas they are responsible for. If you set low expectations, people will live down to them.


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